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immediately and abc 7 news learn that had berkeley couple chris perry and sandy stir were at the for front of the decision will be married in just 15 minutes at san francisco city hall. >> this is breaking with this ruling from the 9th circuit court reads the stay is dissolved effective immediately. good evening, larry beil is off. i'm dan ashley. >> we're live at san francisco city hall where the wedding is about to take place. sergio? >> yes, they were waiting outside of the front doors of the county clerk's office. this announcement just issued a few minutes ago. you may remember, wednesday, the supreme court decided that the plaintiffs in proposition 8, the people defending proposition 8 did not have stand asking so, what they do is they threw out the 9thth circuit court of appeals decision, it was anticipated to take several days to lift their stay except that it took only two days. that, as mentioned is just released on about 3:00 or so. and what that means is that it reverts back to the decision judge vaughn walker made at the end of the trial. he called proposition 8 unconstitution
for space, people need to have space as they did in the aftermath of hurricane sandy, or now in oklahoma, or whether they needed to get a car because their car was damaged, or they needed some repairs in their house, they're trying to relight the pilot in the stove and they didn't know how to do it. they can't find the big utilities enthralled in a great effort elsewhere. these sorts of things people can help each other and we can access the companies that are part of bay share and the share economy to get some help for people right away. it's all in the general effort that i want people of san francisco in every single neighborhood to know we want them here as part of the recovery, that they're not going elsewhere, we're not leaving them alone. we're not leaving them isolated. i learned that big lesson as myself and others who went with me to new orleans a few years back a couple years after their levees broke. we tried to understand the frustration of people in the ninth ward, and we kept getting these testimonies. local government and the businesses didn't ask us to come back. they di
pronounced sandy and chris spouses for life. this took place maybe five, six minutes ago now, official first same-sex couple to get married after same-sex marriages were allowed legally to resume in california. >> yes. it's appropriate it's taking place at city hall which is where this began nine years ago when then-mayor gavin newsom decided to issue same-sex marriage licenses. >> as you recall that is what started this. it's set the series of events into motion. and i don't recall, but hundreds of couples rushed to get hear married and did so while it is allow ntd sti we do have some, we want to share with you interviews and sound we saw today. chris ask sandy getting married. can you show that please. >> normally when there is a constitutional violation, the real reason orders were stayed was due to an abundance of caution to preserve the status quo but now it's clear the status quo... >> that is julie knight legal expert spoke with us during 4:00 news today. >> she's a constitutional law exexpert invaluable to guide us through legal tangle autos terrific. this is an historic event. sergi
. for the past few days, she's been closed. why? hurricane sandy. but she's open today. >>> we have a lot to bring you including the latest in the george zimmerman trial, people from zimmerman's past coming forward to testify, including an interesting witness, one of his former professors. did they prove he's a wannabe cop looking for a fight. >> we have got to show you this. check out this giant sinkhole that suddenly opened in the middle of a busy ohio street. the driver plummeting 80 feet down until rescuers reached her. what a sight and what a fright. >> scary. >>> first, this morning, let's get to breaking news in egypt. this was the scene earlier this morning. an interim president being sworn in, adly mansour. and the former mohamed morsi first democratically elected leader of this country under house arrest. an army chopper flying as the crowd sets off fireworks. >> the sight was amazing. there was also this, rage as morsi supporters rail against what they call a quecoup. the prospect of a civil war for this key u.s. ally very real, a very tense time in egypt. cnn has the story cov
, but across town. >> right. you said you were one of the other windows or ceremonies. >> in 2004 -- sandy and i with all of our boys and my mom, came here and got married. as you know, a few months later, those were revoke and sandy and i have not been married, so we've been on a long, long journey to get to this point. to this point, back on this piece of tape. you've gone through a lot. >> we didn't know -- >> as you just heard, said it's been a very long journey. they have children and one of their sons was with them. this all happened very fast. they were meeting with their attorney and rushed down to city hall. kamala hall is performing their marriage ceremony. i'm told it is the first to be performed since the ban was lifted. now, i'm told that city hall is going to remain open until 8:00 tonight and right before i ran out here, i did check by the city clerk's office and people are starting to line up, so same-sex couples can line up and get marriage licenses tonight. they can get married until 8:00 here tonight in san francisco. i'm told city hall will remain open all weekend durin
. plus, summer after sandy at the shore. they rebuilt the boardwalk and cut the ribbon, so are people coming back? >> the jersey shore is back in business, but how is business? >> jonathan hunt has a day at the beach. and seven months after sandy's waves washed out her tiny island, the statue of liberty in all her glory reopens. ♪ >> good evening, everyone. i'm jamie colby tonight in for shepard smith. we begin this thursday night with the coupe coup in egypt. one day after the egyptian military forced out the first democratically elected president well today the military put on quite a he show. [cheers] ♪ well, that was the military flying those jets and helicopters over the crowd who once again gathered in cairo to celebrate the forced departure of now former president mohammed morsi. morsi angered many after he pushed through an islamic constitution and thin failed to turn around the economy in the year since his election. so the military is also now launched a major crackdown on the muslim brotherhood. that's the group that worked closely with morsi. the crackdown reportedly i
in a floodplain, and then all of these other things happened. .hen we come to hurricane sandy even the horrible tornadoes that leveled joplin, that have now stricken oklahoma, we had for nato's as far north as -- tornadoes as far north as massachusetts and new york city last year. onneed to give more thought the responsibilities of leadership and how to plan for what happens after the disaster. mayor bloomberg, as i mentioned earlier, just last week revealed that $20 billion plan to try to make new york city resilient in the face of what is almost certainly going to be rising water levels in the years ahead. it is a big challenge. governor christie received an ,normous amount of publicity entirely well deserved, for his passionate advocacy for the people of new jersey and the work he did in the immediate aftermath of sandy. now there are no cameras there, but there are a lot of people and he isrouble, still doing that work. that is what i want all of you to think about. many of you live and communities that are vulnerable to one or another kind of natural disaster. we need to think about what h
and sandy styer were two of the named plaintiffs in the california case that was decided today alongside doma. watch how they put it. >> we believed from the very beginning that the importance of this case was to send a message to the children of this country, that you are just as good as everybody else, no matter who you love, no matter who your parents love, and today we can go back to california and say to our own children, all four of our boys, your family is just as good as everybody else's family. we love you as much as anybody else's parents love their kids and we're going to be equal. >> we thank the justices for letting us get married in california, that's not enough, it's got to go nationwide and we can't wait for that day. it's not just about us, it's about kids in the south, it's about kids in texas, and it's about kids everywhere, and we really really want to take this fight all the way and get equality for everyone. >> everyone in this entire country. it's about kids in the south, kids in texas. not just theoretically in the future, that's what this ruling today is about as
to be as miserable as everyone else (cheers & applause) (laughter) and you have heard them mentionkris and sandy, perry and sandy stier. perry and stier were the first state attorney general federal appeals court lifted mercury hit 124 degrees >> pam: forecast is. even hotter, the temperatures expected to top 126 degrees. it's never been that hot there in june. death valley's three hottest days have all been in july. two years, in las vegas, it's expected to reach 115, just a hair under the record highs of a few years ago. and not everyone is sitting in an air=conditioned casino. these construction workers sharing tips on dealing with the heat. >>hats with tails on them. keep everying around your neck wet. >> pam: the massive heat wave is reaching as far east as the rockies. by monday, record or near record temperatures are phoenix to boise. >> jacqueline: all thanks to it area of high pressure and the center for the four corners region. this is really just building and as we head into the past couple of days it will continue to build and over the entire western region. temperatures are going t
environment during disaster response. after hurricane sandy, team rubicon used palantir mobile to cleanup over 1000 structures in the rockaways. fusing surveys collected with palantir mobile on with public 311 data and even handwritten requests for help collect in a church parking lot several hundred senior the comments were able to officially harness over 14,000 spontaneous committee volunteers. which is a tremendous resource that is often bit of utilize in disaster scenarios. keeping people in their homes. that large-scale success was possible because of social media, the veteran leadership of team rubicon and the knowledge management for palantir management facility. as a result of our successes, palantir has made a commitment to usher with the clinton global initiative to scale our cutting edge technology capability more disaster focus organizations. part of this commitment or deployment that you see in oklahoma city with direct relief and team rubicon till people get back on the feet after the devastating tornadoes. most importantly it's using all this data to build a common nature that a
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>>> do you, chris, take sandy to be your lawfully wedded wife. >> it was a wedding vow that waited for years. the two women who took their case for same-sex marriage to the u.s. supreme court became the first couple to tie the knot in california after the court's decision. >> by virtue by the power and authority vested in me by the state of california, i now declare you spouses for life. >> it came suddenly and surprisingly after the 9th circuit court lifted the stay against thed with -- against the weddings after they lifted prop 8. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. sergio was at the ceremony and joins us now live from san francisco city hall. sergio? >> carolyn, tonight san francisco city hall is lit up in rainbow colors and crews are outside setting up for gay pride weekend. city hall was bustling and the first couple that exchanged vows following that surprise court announcement was the bay area couple who took this case all the way to the supreme court. >> i you -- i now declare you spouses for life. >> this is a moment chris perry and sandy and their four sons were wait
, take sandy to be your lawfully wedded wife. >> it was a wedding vow that waited for years. the two women who took their case for same-sex marriage to the u.s. supreme court became the first couple to tie the knot in california after the court's decision. >> by virtue by the power and authority vested in me by the state of california, i now declare you spouses for life. >> it came suddenly and surprisingly after the 9th circuit court lifted the stay against thed with -- against the weddings after they lifted prop 8. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. sergio was at the ceremony and joins us now live from san francisco city hall. sergio? >> carolyn, tonight san francisco city hall is lit up in rainbow colors and crews are outside setting up for gay pride weekend. city hall was bustling and the first couple that exchanged vows following that surprise court announcement was the bay area couple who took this case all the way to the supreme court. >> i you -- i now declare you spouses for life. >> this is a moment chris perry and sandy and their four sons were waiting pour. it took n
's a problem. the waters aren't entirely safe in many places where sandy visited. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. it is a wild night in tahrir square in cairo and across egypt for that matter. just today and just like that, their new president is gone. the last time we saw an upheaval like this was during the arab spring, when hosni mubarak was thrown from power. the new president, morsi, was democratically elected. now he's gone after a year in office. and right now, tonight, the power structure is vague, after the military rolled in. our team is in place in cairo tonight, including our chief foreign correspondent, richard engel, back on familiar territory. richard, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. some people here are saying what has happened today was a coup. that is certainly what the now ousted president morsi is saying in the only statements so far. he said "a revolution has been stolen." but in tahrir square, they are not calling this a coup. they say it was military intervention at their request for change. just watch. and listen. it's the cry of millions
on the topic as a house subcommittee looks at social media's use during hurricane sandy, the boston marathon bombings and other emergencies. .. >> in washington twitter as become the talk of the town for actually being committed from very famous prison sites in the program there were of reporting about cross-country data collection and the federal government's intelligence gathering. and i will start with this, just simply how did twitter stay out of prison? >> i think the way i would answer that is we have taken what i think this is very specific principled appro to requests for users information which can be generally summed up as when we receive specific legal requests in the countries in which we operate public u.s. first and foremost, we react to those requests and do what we need to do and a bay the rule of law. when we receive broad requests we push back to insure that they are legally valid. we challenge requests that we have -- which is very public about cases like wikileaks, for example, and challenging and request that we have not deemed to be valid in defense of our users rights
-sex marriage in california, the berkeley couple who challenged the ban tide the knot. kris perry and sandy stier sued to overturn proposition l. kamala harris performed the ceremony. they are the first same-sex couple legally married in california since 2008. >> by the authority vested in me by the state of california i now declare you spouses for life. >> the measure that banned same- sex marriage in california was found unconstitutional. the supreme court ruled on wednesday that the parties who try to uphold the ban did not have legal standing to do so. perry and stier will be sending part of their honeymoon in san francisco. david stevenson was there for the ceremony he'll join us live at 6:00 tonight. >>> the san francisco city clerk's office will stay open until 8:00 tonight for people to take out marriage licenses. the alameda county clerk just closed at 5:30. the santa clara county clerk will be open on monday. >>> we continue to keep a close eye on the weather tonight. with a heat warning going into effect tomorrow morning. bill martin, some places are going through a heat wave. >>
of emergency. in the aftermath of hurricane sandy and winter storm nemo and the tragic attack at bottoms ton marathon commercial mobile wireless networks were overloaded or at times down completely. in each instance comcast was able to open its wi-fi network to provide free access to anyone with a wi-fi enabled device so people could receive urgent information and establish communications with loved ones. because of rapid expansion of wi-fi enabled devices networks that we operate are invaluable. they allow consumers to stay connected during emergencies regardless of their wireless carrier. in a sense wi-fi has become the inner operable communication standard for consumers. looking ahead we must insure there is sufficient unlicensed spectrum to meet the growing consumer demand. the spectrum used to deliver wi-fi today has become severely congested. especially in densely populated areas. the result is significantly reduced wi-fi performance. if we fail to provide more spectrum for unlicensed services we risk falling behind other nations that are preparing for next generation wi-fi. often call
. this is about an hour. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> thank you very much. >> let sandy didn't say is that i have lived through one third of the history of the. [applause] which tells you what a young country it is or what an old man i am. i am so pleased to be here. sandy, thank you for the moderately good introduction george and gaffe then thank you for supporting this institution. we appreciate it. i am a supporter myself and i thank you. alves sandy said life in traveling around talking about the book "rumsfeld's rules." i'm told that you are ready to ask some questions. i will answer the questions i know the answers to bid i will respond to the others. [laughter] but before i do, just a few words about this book. i spent four years writing my memoirs, "rumsfeld's rules," i mean the known and unknown and as i did that i kept thinking about "rumsfeld's rules" and i decided that i should do that. it started because my mother was a schoolteacher. i started carrying a load cards like this and i still do to this day. she said at the end of the week read them and remind yourself of what they mean and i started writi
to reopen the statue of liberty following superstorm sandy. right after the break. ,, ,,,, look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. business... eight months after superstorm sandy flood e island...the iconi >>> it's quarter to 7:00. live pictures from liberty island now in new york. the statue of liberty officially opened for business this morning. 8 months after superstorm sandy flooded the island, the iconic new york landmark is welcoming crowds for america's birthday. kathryn brown shows us were lady liberty m
of city hall by the media and friends and family. chris perry and sandy. the plaintiff who came to city hall to get their marriage license today and be wed by harris. >> by the state of california, i now declare you spouses for life. >> reporter: that was the scene just before 5:00, hundreds of people lining up to watch history. perry one of their three sons acted as ring bearer. >> it is a great day in san francisco, it is a great day in california, it is a great day in the united states of america because sandy and i are married. >> you know how to do things in style. >> who could think of a better leading into a pride weekend to celebrate your marriage? >> reporter: and we are there to see at least four other same sex couples got married this evening. city hall will remain open tonight and 9 through 5:00 throughout the weekend reporting live, david stevenson ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the clerk office scrambled to accommodate the same sex couples after today's surprising order. the first same sex tied the not in that county. the office is now closed. anyone who wants to get marriedy th
eager to tie the knot it was a race to the courthouse. >> put the ring on sandy's finger. veryris and sandy fought hard for the right to wed. they sued the state of california. the couple tied the knot just one hour after the decision was announced. >> we wanted our love to last and to be dignified by the situation of marriage. we have tried to get married. finally we got to really get married today. it is a wonderful day for us. >> the pair were at the supreme court in washington on wednesday when it struck down a provision denying federal tax, health, and pension benefits to married gay couples. the court also upheld a lower court ruling that found california's ban on gay marriage unconstitutional. it was a momentous decision for gay people in the states. gay marriage was legal in california until 2008, when it was banned after a referendum. now gay couples living in california are once again free to enjoy the same right to marry as heterosexuals. >> havnot had anything to eat for over a week and they refuse to drink since tuesday. hunger strikers in munich. the refugees from ni
is back. america's signature symbol of freedom finally reopens after per storm sandy. >>> but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye-opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> i think all of the cheering and all of the excitement is because the people are saying we are with you. >> millions celebrate a coup in cairo, but egypt remains locked in crisis. >> mohammed morsi ousted by the military after only one year in office. >> chief justice sworn in as temporary president. >> state media says two people were killed in clashes on wednesday. >> the state department has ordered all non-essential personnel to leave the american embassy in cairo. >> he had the opportunity to lay out specific steps and he did not take the opportunity to do that. >>> americans celebrating independence day. >> security is being beefed up around the country including major cities like boston and the nation's capital. >>> the george zimmerman trial is in recess until friday. yesterday, a crime lab analyst testified that none of zimmerman's dna was found under trayvon martin's fingernails. >>> eight boaters
visitors after supers storm sandy. just-in- time for the fourth of july. let us get a check on our forecast. erica? >> today, it looks great with upper 90s slated in antioch. 60s for daly city. it is going to be another warm one. if you're going to go to the beach. taking a look at your extended forecast. i will tell you all about what we can expect coming up in my next report. george? >> there is some slowing associated on the 680 with an overturned accident and debris with powdered concrete. lanes 3, lane four, lane number five, all shut down. we are only using the two left lanes there is a short delay southbound. it will be handling the traffic, no deep toward is unnecessary. it is a minor slowing on the 680. no deep toward--is unnecessary- necessao detour is necessary. the two sides took an hour then got back to work. apparently union negotiators and bart managers are not are working through a new mediator. bart spokesperson rick rice says that's unusual. with state mediators that's they find a way to make together and sometimes your in separate room with the forth. proposal that would
. [applause] >> we'll now have comments from chris perry and sandy, plaintiffs in the case. foroday is a great day american children and families, sandy and i want to say how happy we are not only to be able to return to california and finally get married, but to be able to say to the children in california no matter where you live, no matter who your parents are, no matter what family you are in, you are equal, you are as good as your friends' parents and as your friends. we believe from the very beginning that the importance of this case was to send a message to the children of this country that you are just as good as everybody else no matter who you love, no matter who your parents love. and today we can go back to california and say to our own children, all four of our boys, your family is just as good as everybody else's family. we love you as much as anybody else's parents love their kids. and we are going to be equal. now, we will be married and we will be equal to every other family in california. thank you. [applause] >> today we want to say thank you to all of you. thank you to our
the >>> good morning san franciscans. >> good morning. >> we will not be deterred in memory of sandy hook and boston. we are making chicken salad out of chicken bleep. so we are going to start with a great flourish from our san franciscans. [ applause ] >> nicely done. how about a nice hand? >> now because it is 5:11. it's time to remember 1906. we need a moment of silence. a minute of silence begins now. moment of silence. >>> there is our minute of silence. [sirens] >>> >>> there it is. to remember those who perished and survived the earthquake in san francisco. now we are going to remember a song from san francisco. do you remember? some of you can sing. here we go.♪ [ applause ] >> ladies and gentlemen, in honor of the 24 th year of producing this event. here is the housekeeper. let's hear it for him. [ applause ] . >> in just a few short minutes, 107 years ago, this city was devastated by the earthquake, by the gas fires that followed. there was nothing. there was no internet, there was no cell phones, there was no phones. people gathered. we are gathering here today to honor tho
of liberty is reopening today. she was swamped by water in superstorm sandy. after months of repairs, a lot of hard work. the nearly 130-year-old symbol of the u.s. is ready to welcome visitors, again. ellis island is still closed. storm damage is said to have been severe. >>> extra celebration. my first year in new york and i get to see it today. >>> martha stewart cutting back on perks. why she may be taking pay cut. [ male announcer ] this is bob, a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem, that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. like warfarin, xarelto® i
. >> you chris, take sandy to be your lawfully wedded wife to love and cherish from this day forward. >> i do. >> two days after they ended a ban on same-sex marriage, two plaintiffs in the case tie the knot. >> i sandy take chris to be my lawfully wedded wife. >> i in our declare you spouses for life cheers kheersz. >> supporters are celebrating tonight. ban was lifted today and two of the principals in in that case ways ted no time. they have been together for 14 years and they are first to marry since the ruling. >> what we wanted so desperately to love each other and to be married which now we are. other families out there in similar circumstances, you should fight to be married today. we're going to dance the night away and we cannot wait. >> about 50 others tied the knot and dozens more applied for marriage licenses. county clerk's office normally closes at 8:00 is closing down right now for the night but will be open for the weekend, as well. before sandy and chris made history by tying the knot. they had to wait for pamela harris to show up to do the honors. sergio quintana spoke w
for the statue of liberty after superstorm sandy. >>> seven straight days of triple-digit temperatures in parts of the bay area. is this the end of the hot weather? we'll talk about it coming up. >> and if you do have to head into work this morning, you do have to commute, at least we're not seeing huge gridlock on the roads so far. we'll have more on your latest drive times coming up. train's most popular mattress sets. plus, pay no interest for 36 months on tempur-pedic and icomfort. sleep train's 4th of july sale ends sunday. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ for the first time in a yea superstorm sandy left 75 pet of the island under water... delaying a restoration proj as the storm >>> it morning the statue of liberty will be open for the first time in a year. superstorm sandy left 75% of the island under water delaying a restoration project as the storm surge and fierce winds cause bricks to rip up the exterior, damaged docks and left electrical systems in disarray. >>> kathryn brown joins us live from the island. i imagine lady liberty will be busy today, huh? >> reporter: g
governor chris christie. >> they are cute together. it's like danny suzuki co-and sandy in greece. ♪ we go together. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, the factor begins right now. >> bill: i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching this special edition of the factor watters world meets miller time. hide the kids because the next hour will be very provocative, entertaining and at times a bit over the top. we begin with the d man looking at some crazy conspiracy theories. acted alone 25, larger conspiracy 51, not sure, 24. >> of course i vote killing kennedy and oswald they know all about him, it was a couple things i couldn't answer. so i would probably put myself in the not sure here because there are a couple of things after years i still can't answer about that assassination. >> i think he shot lincoln, i think he shot garfield. i think he shot mckinley. >> bill: he would be too old. he couldn't do that. >> i think he gave zachery taylor end rights. gave william son e he caused warn harding's heart attack. i think he shot j.r. ewing. and he think he might have knocke
and moving forward just eight months after superstorm sandy. plus, it's a rite of passage on the fourth. the nathan's famous hot dog eating contest on coney island. the doggy bag is here. hoping to bring home the coveted mustard belt. don't forget the relish. bob, a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem, that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce the risk of an afib-related stroke. there is limited data on how these drugs compare when warfarin is well managed. no routine blood monitoring means bob can
: months after hurricane sandy devastated the northeast swamping the statue of liberty's little island. we have an update americans everywhere can celebrate. [♪] little cereal boxes? priceline savings without the bidding. using night-vision goggles to keep an eye on my spicy buffalo wheat thins. who's gonna take your wheat thins? i don't know. an intruder, the dog, bigfoot. could you get the light? [ loud crash ] what is going on?! honey, i was close! it's a yeti! [ male announcer ] must! have! wheat thins! gregg: the missing brother of a colorado u.s. senator has been found dead on a weir hiking route. he vanished while on a solo hiking trip. search teams found the 61-year-old's body in open terrain. senator udall says it appears his brother died of natural causes. heather: the white house reviewing aid to egypt. millions were cheering in the street and people also gathering outside the white house. in a statement the white house said we are deeply concerned by the decision of the egyptian armed forces to egyptian constitution. if i now call on the egyptian military to move quickly and
clearing for same-sex marriages to start. >> reporter: sandy spears and perry invited the governor. >> we're here to sell celebrate a beautiful relationship. >> reporter: the berkeley couple said they were at work when they got word. the rush was on to get down to the courthouse. >> we knew our relationship would last and our family would last and we wanted our love to last and be dignified by the institution of married. >> reporter: flanked by loved ones and supporters the couple spoke about wanting for years for the ruling to go down. camela harris asked the supreme court to allow same-sex marriages as soon as possible and not wait for 25 days but still she said she did not know it would come down today. >> i have to applaud the ninth circumstance quit for doing this quickly. >> reporter: the legal battle to have their legal recognized by the law was for their three sons and other same-sex couples >> what i hope this represents historically is the end of a difficult period and the beginning of a unified time in this state. >> reporter: the couple says the fight isn't over until same- se
. we didn't even know. >> i don't know. this is three months within sandy hook. if this happened in new york in a blue state i would have thought well maybe the kid is completely innocent. the texas authorities took it seriously. maybe something is going on with this kid. it is very much in a red state. >> i want to point out the missed punctuation. he said there are still comma beating hearts instead of just beating hearts. >> i knew that was going to bother you. >> i saw that too. >> i just know this is an injustice and i am sorry i wrote that crap about you on youtube, but at least you are not in jail. >> what did you write, exactly? >> you were involved in a series of grizzly crimes. >> as long as you suggest it. and i encourage everyone that we are having fun with this, but i encourage you to spay and newter your pets. you should not have them reproducing the livelong day. let the rancher does it. i >> i can't believe there is a kid in jail for making a joke. >> we will forget about this. >> that's the sad thing. we have short attention spans. >> what were we talking about? >> j-lo
the patriotic symbol was damaged by superstorm sandy last october. it took months for crews to repair broken walk ways and dry out the little island. the first time tourists say they can't wait to see her in person. >> just part of america, pretty much. you always dream to see it in person. >> that ceremony will be held in new york city this morning. that happens at 10:30 eastern time, marking lady liberty's valiant return to action. >> that's the patriotic thing to do, heading there. to the very latest happening in egypt. country's chief justice will be sworn in any moment from now as the temporary president. egypt's military ousting mohamed morsi as president after he failed to meet a 48 hour ultimatum. the eus -- islamist leader and an aid both being held. >> it should be an interesting day for the people of cairo, the people of egypt as the political landscape, their new political future begins to unfold. tumultuous situation after the military stepped in and removed mohamed morsi. hundreds of people around -- millions of opposition protesters erupted in celebration. fireworks burst over
these years. >> do you, chris, take sandy to be your lawfully wedded wife, to love and cherish from this day forward? >> i do. >> and do you, sandy, take chris to be your lawfully wedded wife? to love and cherish from this day forward? >> i do. >> let the rings exchanged and the vows declared symbolize your commitment, sincerity, and affection, and may your love never falter. by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the state of california, i now declare you spouses for life. >> you know it's good when the o fish yant raises their arms in triumph. just like that. prop 8 is history. just like that. marriage equality has become a reality once again in the most populist state in the nation. san francisco city hall we are told is staying open until 8:00 p.m. local time to keep marrying people all night. people who did not know before this surprise today that today is the day day would be able to. now you might remember the other two plaintiffs in the california prop 8 case that went to the supreme court. paul and jeff. here they were celebrating at the supreme court after the ruling
and jeff are having their wedding just as sandy steer and chris perry other two in that case did just hours ago here. >> these couples were instrumental but all over the state now, same-sex couples will be getting married as offices are open and will be open for the next few hours. >> let's check in now with spencer christian. >> yes. up on the roof. i imagine it's warm up there. >> yes it's getting nice and pleasant we've got a cool, gentle breeze here, it's mild n communities near bay shore line and inland it's still hot. take a look you can see sunny skies from coast to indland. and what a day this has been in terms of heat. live view right now looking down into the bay. sunny skies. it's cooling down here in the city. 69 degrees in san francisco. warm in other he locations. 79 mountain view. 89 san jose. another live view of the golden gate bridge just a little bit of fog there. spotty fog near the coast. looking at how warm sit other locations. santa rosa, 93. so heat is slow to recede. a live view from abc 7 looking at forecast features excessive heat warning is in effect several days
was the berkeley couple who prevailed at the supreme court just two days ago. christy and sandy stood in the mayor's balcony and exchanged vows. >> i now declare you spouses for life [ cheering ] . >> the timing of the wedding was a surprise. the federal court lifted its stay at 3:00 this afternoon, essentially nullifying prop 8, the constitutional amendment that said only men and women could marry each other. >> we have wait add long time for this day. chris and i fell in love 14 years ago, and we wanted our love to last and to be dignified by the institution of marriage. >> california attorney general pamela harris officiated over that first ceremony. on wednesday she urged the federal court to begin same-sex weddings immediately and not wait the traditional three or four wieks after a supreme court ruling. a city hall source tells me the federal court obliged harris with a lightening-quick ruling late this afternoon, on a friday, mind you. >> i now pronounce you partners for life [ cheering ] . >> so late in the day that it made it virtually impossible for the lawyers who might oppose gay marri
august. today's opening follows a massive restoration project that was completed one day before sandy hit and damaged liberty island. we'll have a live report for you in just a few minutes. >>> in our nation's capital, washington gets set to host a huge birthday celebration. final preparations are under way for the thousands ready to party on the national mall. the culmination of america's 237th birthday will be a gigantic 17-minute fireworks show that can be seen across washington and also in parts of virginia. >>> cries of freedom and independence also echo is at a company scarred by chaos, corruption and confrontation. look at this picture. could be any city in america. right? columbus, ohio, memphis, tennessee, or phoenix, arizona -- but it is not. had this picture is from cairo, egy egypt. while we're celebrating independence day here in the united states, marked by fireworks an waving flags, on this july 4th, egyptians are focusing on their freedom. just hours after egypt's military toppled an unpopular government, it placed ousted president mohamed morsi under arrest. just a year a
completed since sandy swamped most of >> as the nation celebrates the 4th of july-- the statue of liberty is reopen to the swamped the island. a large crowd is expected for the ribbon-cutting underway-- but much of the since sandy swamped most of the landmark's 12 acre site. >> matt garza pitched eight consecutive win, leading the chicago cubs to a 3-1 victory over the athletic. her hisgarza allowed one run and four hits, struck out five and walked three. the night was not so good for a's pitcher bartolo colon. who began the night being name a-l pitcher of the month. since june 9th. and ended an 8-game winning streak. the good news for oakland. texas also lost. so the team remains in first place by half a game. and these are dark days for the spiraling giants have lost nine of their last 10 games. and with last night's loss, place in the division. the cincinnati reds beat the innings. fifth. but it wasn't enough. is today at 10 a-m. a quick day outside at the commute. .. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting th
to the public for the first time since super storm sandy. this morning, ships left from new york and new jersey en route to the island. a large crowd is expected for today's ribbon cutting ceremony where federal officials and new york's mayor are expected to attend. but visitors will have to go through security screening in manhattan instead of ellis island, which still remains closed. in all, superstorm sandy caused almost $60 million in damage to lint and ellis islands. >> she looks great. hasn't aged at all. happy to see it. >>> the fourth of july usually means all kinds of food. your chance to get your barbecue fix while doing something very solid for the troops overseas. at 1:00 today, the south bay blues star moms are holding a special fund raising barbecue at khartoum on orchard city drive in campbell for a $10 donation. you can get a full plate of barbecue and you also get cocktails. that money that is raised will help fund the blue star moms, a group putting together care packages for the troops and also they support the families of the servicemen and women that are injured or killed o
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